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...but your chance to get the Predators may not be dead yet. (sports.yahoo.com)

It's surely too much to ask that idiot Bettman actually consider putting a team in a thriving hockey market rather than try to 'leave a footprint' in another southern U.S. market that doesn't care about the game.



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I don't think anyone has a problem with a thriving hockey market getting a team. I personally have a problem with said place being Hamilton, though. Aren't the Sabres and Maple Leafs enough for southern Ontario? Spread the wealth!
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    Originally posted by Chumpstain
    I don't think anyone has a problem with a thriving hockey market getting a team. I personally have a problem with said place being Hamilton, though. Aren't the Sabres and Maple Leafs enough for southern Ontario? Spread the wealth!


I think they should go to Winnipeg. The city has a brand-spanking new arena and I'm sure they are dying for the NHL to return. Under the new economics of the league, the franchise could thrive.



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